Archive for the “ICC” Category

ICC Issues Another Warrant in Darfur Conflict

Add another to the tally board. As we anticipated in an earlier post, the hot ticket out of ICC this week is for none other than one Abdel Rahim┬áMuhammed Hussein (no relation to that other Hussein) of Sudan. Hussein is charged on counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity for his work in the […]

Today You’re Three!

March 4 marks the third birthday of Omar al-Bashir’s original International Criminal Court indictment, charging him on multiple counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity. (The genocide charges came a little later.) If indictments were children, Bashir’s would be able to: Speak in complete sentences Walk Count to 10 Play nicely with others Ride […]

There’s a New Chief in Town

With Moreno-Ocampo’s nine-year term with the International Criminal Court coming to an end, it is time for the changing of the guard. The new Chief Prosecutor will be Fatou Bensouda, ICC’s Deputy Prosecutor since 2004. She was elected by unanimous vote by the 119 participating countries on December 12, 2011. Hailing from Gambia, the 50-year-old […]

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